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Revolution Love, Corruption, Ambition is a novel by Chetan Bhagat. Its story is This book follows the story of two friends separated by their ambitions and passions yet connected by their love for the same girl. While Gopal , who. Revolution book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Book Summary of Revolution Once upon a time, in small-town. Revolution Pages · · KB chetan bhagat chetan bhagat books chetan. Preview Download Revolution - Love, Corruption, Ambition.

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Revolution is the story of three childhood friends: Gopal, Raghav, and Aarthi. The story is setup in the holy-city of Varanasi. Gopal and. Revolution · Synopsis · Excerpt · Q & A · Cover · Teaser · download Now · Media Reviews · Other Books · India Positive · The Girl In Room · One Indian Girl. Revolution Love, Corruption, Ambition [Chetan Bhagat] on zetom.info * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Start the Revolution The books of Chetan.

Gopal talks about her 'natural maternal instincts'.

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She is there for both of her friends, whether they need her or not. The best thing about her is her belief that one must do what one loves to do and follow one's heart.

Raghav, in my opinion, is what every young Indian should be. A true radical reformist, Ragahv believes that the country will change only when we begin grass- root level change. Even though he completes his engineering from a prestigious college, he discovers that his true passion is journalism.

He puts immense efforts in bringing news to the people as it is, in its correct from. After being fired for writing about corruption and politicians involved in scams, Raghav starts his own newsprint ' Revolution Love, Corruption, Ambition '.

This is where everything starts.

From helping poor farmers to providing a clean environment, Raghav attacks it all. Gopal, our main hero or villain or as Chetan Bhagat rightly puts in the end- "I'll let the readers decide how they want to consider you.

I simply write about people. I don't cast them as heroes or villains. Coming from a poor family, one cannot help but feel sympathy towards him.

He is what ever Indian farmer's child is- born in debt. His father works hard to get loans for his education and Gopal disappoints not only his father, but also himself. It is but obvious that when Gopal gets an opportunity to start off the path of becoming rich, he takes it without looking back.

And there you have it, within a few years, Mr. Gopal Mishra is the director of a brand new college, where students idolize him. What more could he have asked for? The only factor that binds the childhood friends together, Gopal is truly a significant character.

He believes that no matter what, we will never loose the 'Keshav' or the innocence and goodness that is there within us. One of the other characters who really caught my attention was MLA Shukla.

He is the epitome of the Indian politician, 'I will arrange for it' being his favourite sentence throughout the book. A father figure and mentor to Gopal, Shukla also is a good person, only if that is what you want to believe.

The faculty of Gopal's college 'GangaTech' as also the people involved in its establishment play a very significant role in the book. Somewhere in this entire scam and corruption scenario, the entire concept of Varanasi being the place to get rid of your sins hits you in the face, making you think that maybe the reason behind the backdrop being Varanasi is the clearance of our sins.

After this book, 'Tourism Varanasi' will definitely be the need of the hour. Varanasi is already flooded with foreign and Indian tourists, another fact Chetan Bhagat has stressed on.

Hi chetan ji I like the way u describe every character………… wating for ur nxt novel.

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Amazing lines by Chetan Bhagat….. Well i should say every 1 mst read it…………….. I read hs novel first time. I read all the works of chethan… some books more than two times… ButRevolution made me totaly dissappointed….

Its a nonesense work… Really nonesense…. Chethan if you dont know anything about politics first study then write… I believe really Gopal do deserves Aarti…. A fantastic book. Lets hope a revolution does start in this Country to sort out the very serious problem of corrution prevaling in the Government Depts.

The details of the Craftbook prepared by Aarthi as a Birthdat gift for Gopal towards the end were very moving. I ve not read the book tho,, but damn sure, with due respect, Mr Bhgath has lost the midas touch once he so easily lavished in his earlier creations! I really upset about this book. It is flowless BOOK, the sorys end we know in 56 pages.


If Im not read the review , Im waste much of time. Your email is never published nor shared. Feedback, tips, suggestions, or just to ask a question. I will try to get back to you as soon as possible. This is my personal site. The views I express here are not related to my current and previous employers. V V K Chandra. Book review: Few of my favorite sentences: I am reproducing few of the sentences I have underlined while I was reading the book.

People come to my city to feel the presence of god, but I could feel her presence everywhere. Stupid people go to colleges. Smart people own them. So what do I have to say finally? If you like reading books to pamper your literary senses, definitely this book is not for you.

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Posted March 21, at 9: Hi Chetan Ji, I like ur all the books nd i read Revolution i want to know is it a real story?????? Posted March 26, at 6: Good job chetan, After The Three mistakes really this is the story what makes Chetan Bhagat special really he is doing very nice job.

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The remaining characters too play an important role and manage to shine in the presence of Aarti, Raghav and Gopal. I wished she would. I noticed the smart utilisation of the university acronym. We sat down on the wooden stools outside the shop. Everyone seemed to be getting one nowadays, at least the rich types. I al I don't know where to start with! If I came to'Kota with you, Id cook for you everyday H e r f i k hands held up the shear vessel, The picture of her cooking in my kitchen flashed in my head.